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WA dairy expanding digester


April 23, 2010
By Bellingham Herald

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April 20, 2010, Lynden, WA
– An anaerobic digester on a dairy farm near Lynden will be able to generate
enough electricity to power an additional 150 homes from cow manure and food
waste, thanks to $320,000 from the Washington Department of Commerce.
April 20, 2010, Lynden, WA
– An anaerobic digester on a dairy farm near Lynden will be able to generate
enough electricity to power an additional 150 homes from cow manure and food
waste, thanks to $320,000 from the Washington Department of Commerce.

The award for the digester
upgrade on Darryl Vander Haak’s farm is part of $16.5 million in grants and
loans from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for energy efficiency,
clean technology, transportation and bioenergy programs in Washington state.

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